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Dollars, discernment – and diplomacy

We’re repeatedly told international education is vitally important to Australia’s economy and balance of payments. We know too that the two-way student exchanges enhance intercultural understanding, here and overseas. Now a new Universities Australia report suggests international education is deeply embedded in diplomacy and trade, furthering our national interests in both spheres.

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